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    SAHT9131 Visual and Museum Cultures

    Semester 2, 2017
    Students are advised to read this Course Outline in conjunction with the General Student Information
    Guide, which provides essential information for all students and is available under ‘Student Services’
    on the Art & Design Current Students website: artdesign.unsw.edu.au/current-students/student-
    services.
    Course Information
    Units of Credit: 6
    Teaching Times and Locations: Mondays 12-3pm, D205
    Course Convenor: Lizzie Muller
    Email: lizzie.muller@unsw.edu.au
    Room: DG11
    Consultation times: Monday 10-12
    The Course Convenor is your key point of contact for questions about the course. You should first talk
    to your lecturer or tutor in class, if they are not also convening the course, but if further information is
    needed, please contact the Convenor by email, or arrange a meeting. All Convenors are available for
    consultation during the semester.
    SAHT9131
    Visual and Museum Cultures of the Asia-Pacific Region
    SAHT9131 Visual and Museum Cultures of the Asia-Pacific Region
    Created: 29 June 2017 1
    Course Overview
    Course Description
    This course introduces students to the range of issues pertinent to a cross-cultural perspective and
    comparative study of contemporary visual arts and museums in the Asia-Pacific region. It discusses
    the multiple contexts which will be encountered when researching art in the region where an
    understanding not only of art but of its institutional and cultural contexts is imperative. Case studies of
    particular areas will be examined.
    Course Learning Outcomes
    On completion of this course, the student should be able to:
    1. Research and discuss artistic and cultural knowledges and practices associated with the Asia
    Pacific region
    2. Investigate artistic, cultural and theoretical frameworks that are emerging in the Asia Pacific region
    to challenge dominant Western narratives
    3. Develop ethical, respectful and sustainable approaches and practices relevant for professional
    contexts in the Asia Pacific region
    Teaching and Learning in this Course
    This courses uses a variety of teaching approaches:
    Blended/online
    Moodle - learning management system
    Lectures
    Expectations of Students in this Course
    Risk of Failure Warnings
    If you are at risk of failing the course, because of poor attendance, low marks in assignments, failing to
    submit assignments, or lack of participation or engagement, you may be notified by email. Please
    ensure you read your university email, and respond to any official risk of failure warning promptly.
    NOTE - If the warning email is sent to your UNSW e-Mail address, it is considered as being read by you
    whether you check your UNSW email or not.
    Late Submission Penalties
    Late submission is allowed
    If you believe that circumstances will prevent you from submitting an assessment on time, please notify
    your lecturer as soon as possible. There will be penalties applied for being late and a clear ‘no later
    than’ date beyond which submission won’t be accepted. Where a Special Consideration is not applied
    for, and a student is late, the following guidelines apply:
    1. Up to 5 days after due date, a penalty of 10% (of maximum mark for assignment) will be applied for
    each day late (e.g. an assignment worth 30% handed in 3 days late would have its mark reduced by
    9)
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    2. Beyond 5 days late, no submission will be accepted.
    Special Consideration
    Please note that the University’s Special Consideration process allows students to apply for an
    extension within 3 days of the assessment due date. This provides for more extensive extensions,
    subject to documentation, and Course Convenor approval. You can apply for special consideration
    online through my.UNSW.edu.au. More information about special consideration can be found here
    student.unsw.edu.au/special-consideration.
    Supplementary Assessment
    Supplementary assessments are available to students in this course who have failed an assessment
    but have subsequently had an application for Special Consideration approved by the university. The
    supplementary assessment may take a different form than the original assessment and will be defined
    by the course convenor - but it will address the same learning outcomes as the original assessment.
    The maximum mark that may be awarded for a supplementary assessment is capped at 50% of the
    original assessment mark.
    Continual Course Improvement
    It is important that students complete the myExperience course and teaching surveys for this
    course. This is completely anonymous and provides important student observations and suggestions
    to ensure that the course is continually improved. To see how the course convenor has responded to
    student feedback from these surveys, please see the View Feedback on Student Surveys section in the
    course Moodle site.
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    Assessment
    Assessment Task 1
    Title: Project Proposal
    Weighting: 40 %
    Assessment type: Formal Presentation and Paper
    Word count: 500
    Requires group work: No
    Assessment summary
    Present a project proposal as an illustrated 10 minute presentation (with 5 additional minutes for
    questions). Provide a one-page (only) hand out. The hand out will be viewed in relation to its
    communication objectives (eg providing basic proposal information, listing key dates and locations,
    providing pronunciation and naming customs, including a map or a chart).
    In your presentation you need to identify:
    - - The form of your project – an exhibition (eg solo commission; group show), performance, an online
    publishing project, a series of panel discussions etc;
    - - The institution, situation or context that your proposal addresses;
    -- Why you chose the context and the project form;
    - An analysis of a practice that has inspired your proposal (e.g. images of an artist's work)
    Submission details: Two presentations will take place each week, presentation dates will be allocated
    randomly beginning from week four.
    Due: Week 4
    Assessment Criteria With Marking Rubric
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    CRITERIA FL PS CR DN HD
    Understanding of
    Topic
    Does not
    demonstrate an
    understanding of
    key principles
    and concepts.
    Demonstrates a
    basic knowledge
    but
    misunderstands
    some aspects or
    is ‘off the mark’
    with
    interpretation
    Demonstrates
    solid knowledge
    and covers all
    the basics but
    presents a
    routine or
    predictable
    approach.
    Demonstrates a
    thorough
    understanding
    and offers a
    creative and
    unique approach
    An outstanding
    example of
    professional
    quality
    appropriate to
    industry
    standards.
    Ability to synthesize
    research on a topic
    and translate
    research and ideas
    into a coherent
    presentation
    There is no
    evidence of
    research into the
    topic area, and
    research and
    ideas are not
    presented
    appropriately.
    There is
    evidence of
    research on the
    topic, though it
    lacks depth.
    Research and
    ideas are
    present, but
    unclear or
    haphazard.
    There is
    evidence of solid
    research into the
    topic. Research
    and ideas are
    translated
    appropriately,
    though the with
    little vision and
    creative spark.
    There is
    evidence of
    deep research
    into the topic,
    exploring
    numerous
    facets.
    Research and
    ideas are
    translated
    appropriately
    and finished
    presentation is
    visionary and
    creative.
    The research,
    synthesis, and
    presentation are
    impressive and
    creative, of the
    appropriate
    standard for
    professional
    industry level.
    Clear verbal and
    visual communication
    Visual aids are
    unclear, difficult
    to interpret or do
    not support the
    presentation.
    Communication
    is very hard to
    follow. There is
    no eye contact.
    Visual aids are
    present but it is
    unclear how they
    support the
    presentation
    message or they
    distract from the
    oral
    presentation.
    Communication
    is hard to follow.
    There is
    stumbling over
    words, frequent
    pauses or the
    pace of talking is
    too fast. There is
    little eye contact.
    Visual aids are
    clear and
    possible to
    interpret and add
    some value to
    the oral
    presentation.
    Communicates
    in an appropriate
    style but there is
    some
    inconsistency in
    pace or clarity of
    message. Eye
    contact is mostly
    present.
    Visual aids are
    clear and easy
    to interpret and
    are engaging.
    The visual
    artefacts are
    integrated into
    the presentation
    at appropriate
    points.
    Communicates
    in an articulate
    and engaging
    manner and is
    easy to follow.
    Eye contact is
    sustained
    throughout.
    Visual aids are
    aesthetically
    pleasing and
    engaging. The
    visual artefacts
    are integrated
    into and
    enhance the
    presentation,
    adding support
    to key points
    and interest to
    the presentation.
    Communication
    is fluent and
    engaging– the
    audience is
    drawn in and
    involved. Eye
    contact is
    sustained
    throughout.
    Course learning outcomes addressed in this task:
    1. Research and discuss artistic and cultural knowledges and practices associated with the Asia
    Pacific region
    2. Investigate artistic, cultural and theoretical frameworks that are emerging in the Asia Pacific
    region to challenge dominant Western narratives
    3. Develop ethical, respectful and sustainable approaches and practices relevant for
    professional contexts in the Asia Pacific region
    How will students receive feedback on this task:
    In-class feedback and a mark recorded via Review
    Assessment Task 2
    Title: Research Essay
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    Weighting: 60 %
    Assessment type: Extended Writing Task
    Word count: 2500
    Requires group work: No
    Assessment summary
    Research and write an account of an institution, a project or an initiative in the region.
    Length excludes footnotes and references. 
    After receiving confirmation of your topic you are required to submit a 500 word (maximum) plan for
    your essay by week six. This task is compulsory but not assessable. You will receive feedback on
    your plan.
    Your essay should address the institution, project or initiative in terms of:
    Its geographical and cultural situation;
    Its formation and history;
    Its activities in terms of their relationship to practitioners, audiences/stakeholders,
    colleagues/competitors and capacity building;
    Its relationship to art histories, exhibition histories and curatorial histories in the region and beyond;
    Its relationship to at least three pertinent topics discussed during the course eg rise of art fairs,
    repatriation, climate change, feminism, the training/formative professional experiences of personnel,
    cultural diplomacy; and
    Its futures (plural).
    Submission details: Essay plan due week six. Final essay due week 14.
    Due: Week 14
    Assessment Criteria With Marking Rubric
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    CRITERIA FL PS CR DN HD
    Research and
    identification of
    sources
    Does not
    demonstrate
    understanding of
    the essay topic.
    Does not use
    subheadings,
    footnotes, and
    references
    correctly.
    Essay
    demonstrates a
    basic
    understanding of
    the topic, but is
    poorly
    structured.
    Displays a
    basic
    understanding of
    subheadings,
    footnotes, and
    references but
    has many
    mistakes
    Essay
    demonstrates a
    thorough
    understanding of
    the topic and
    has a clear
    structure.
    Subheadings,
    footnotes, and
    references are
    used correctly
    throughout.
    Essay
    demonstrates
    understanding of
    the topic and
    shows original
    insights. Clear,
    strategic or
    purposeful
    structure.
    Subheadings,
    footnotes, and
    references are
    used correctly
    throughout.
    Essay show
    remarkable,
    original insights,
    and is of a
    standard
    suitable for
    publication.
    Subheadings,
    footnotes, and
    references are
    used correctly
    throughout.
    Analysis/critical
    thinking
    No attempt has
    been made at
    analysis or
    analysis is
    incomprehensible.
    Essay is
    descriptive and
    does not
    sufficiently
    analyse the
    information.
    The analysis is
    good but could
    be more
    comprehensive
    or sequenced
    better for greater
    impact.
    The analytical
    work
    demonstrates an

    SAHT9131 Visual and Museum Cultures assignment 代寫
    appreciation of
    the issues at
    hand and links
    are made to key
    concepts.
    The analytical
    work shows a
    complex
    understanding of
    the issues at
    hand with clear
    links made
    between
    concepts.
    Style and structure The grammar,
    paragraph
    structure or
    sentence flow has
    no order.
    The written
    essay is not
    written with the
    correct
    tone/voice. The
    grammar,
    paragraph
    structure or
    sentence flow
    are hard to
    follow or contain
    many errors.
    The essay
    demonstrates an
    attempt to
    communicate in
    the appropriate
    tone/voice.
    There are some
    minor errors in
    grammar,
    paragraph
    structure or
    sentence flow.
    The essay is
    clearly
    presented and
    justified and
    written using the
    appropriate
    tone/voice.
    Grammar,
    paragraph
    structure and
    sentence flow
    are appropriate
    with minimal
    errors.
    The essay is
    clear and
    analytical and
    written in the
    appropriate
    tone/voice.
    There are no
    grammatical
    errors,
    paragraph
    structure or
    sentence flow
    issues.
    Course learning outcomes addressed in this task:
    1. Research and discuss artistic and cultural knowledges and practices associated with the Asia
    Pacific region
    2. Investigate artistic, cultural and theoretical frameworks that are emerging in the Asia Pacific
    region to challenge dominant Western narratives
    3. Develop ethical, respectful and sustainable approaches and practices relevant for
    professional contexts in the Asia Pacific region
    How will students receive feedback on this task:
    Written feedback and mark via Review
    General Assessment Feedback Strategies
    Under normal circumstances, feedback for assessments in this course will be delivered in a format that
    is suitable for the assessment task within a period of 10 working days of submission. Feedback for the
    final assessment task may require a longer period of processing before feedback is delivered.
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    Topics and Dates
    WEEK
    WEEK
    STARTING TOPIC NAME ASSESSABLE TASKS
    NON-
    ASSESSABLE
    TASKS
    1 24 Jul Introduction to Course
    Researching the Region/s
    2 31 Jul What is Asia? What is the
    Pacific?
    3 07 Aug Guest Lecture - Yung Ma
    4 14 Aug Curating as Diplomacy –
    Regional Relations and Policy
    Frameworks
    Project Proposal: Two presentations will take
    place each week, presentation dates will be
    allocated randomly beginning from week four..
    Submit topic
    for assignment
    2
    5 21 Aug Alternative Histories of the
    Modern and the Contemporary
    6 28 Aug Un-Designed/Designed –
    Organisational Models,
    Networked Structures and Capital
    Relations
    7 04 Sep Non-Teaching Week
    8 11 Sep Field Trip
    9 18 Sep Counter Waves – Identity,
    Belonging and Affiliation
    25 Sep Mid-Semester Break
    10 02 Oct Public Holiday
    11 09 Oct Repatriation, Trafficking and
    Restitution
    12 16 Oct On the Front Line – Agency and
    Activism
    13 23 Oct Future Looking Leadership
    14 30 Oct Research Essay: Essay plan due week six.
    Final essay due week 14..
    15 06 Nov
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    References for this Course
    Leganto reading list
    General Information
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